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Girl on Mars

(Girl on the Moon #2)

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Conn Garrow, the Girl on the Moon, returns in a new adventure with more advanced tech, more dangerous aliens, and higher stakes than she's ever faced. An adventure with narrow escapes, impossible rescues, harrowing spacewalks and splashdowns, multimillion dollar deals, marooned astronauts, and even some fistfighting. Girl on Mars is the sequel to Girl on the Moon (ASIN: B0 ...more
Kindle Edition, 303 pages
Published October 24th 2017 by Combat Haiku Press

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Empress Reece (Hooked on Books)
Loved it! There are quite a few space flights like the first book, also some fifth dimension travel and a little alien vs. human discord along with alliances.
Peter Megyeri
Nov 12, 2017 rated it liked it
With this I'll stick to the rating Goodreads is using. I liked it. Not super liked, not awesome, not really liked it, but liked it. It's a little bit unpolished compared to Girl on the Moon, I think. I really liked the first part, which really knew where it wanted to go and what it wanted to accomplish. The second installation just wanted to tell too much. It seemed like it wanted to be the second and the third part of the trilogy. But it was fun. Really exciting and smart and fun. A little bit ...more
Walter Jones
Sep 11, 2018 rated it liked it
Nice story... but not great

Girl on Mars has the same compelling qualities that Girl on the Moon has: Good characters, a good storyline, and realistic dialog. But what I think what they're both missing is the emotional ebb and flow that makes a great story. There were few contrasts throughout the book; I felt like it was on a constant speed of medium during the whole book. Great stories take you to the edge of a cliff... and then pull you back several times before finally plunging over in a drama
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Ray
Nov 19, 2018 rated it liked it
Not quite so good as Girl On the Moon. Seemed slower. I was ready for it to be over more than once. So many actions crammed into it you can get a little lost. I had several did I miss something moments.
Alex Jackl
Sep 30, 2018 rated it really liked it
A good sci novel

A little weak in plot at points b u take quick fun read. Frankly the author doesn't really take into account of nut how different and how much more advanced aliens would be if they had the tools described. All t h at said loved reading it.
Bruce Harrington
Oct 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Another good SCI GO adventure

I enjoyed the series very much. Interesting aliens. I also enjoyed Jack's other books.☺☺☺ I will be watching for new books from Jack!
David L. Van Drunen
Nov 10, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Good vacation read.

This was a good fun fiction read for me while on vacation. I read Girl on the Moon and Girl on Mars in sequence.
L.R. Trapp
Nov 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Space -Aliens- and high tech

Good read with plenty of action - multiple alien friends and foes- some high tech with a good ending. :-)
sheila nielander
Nov 23, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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Like 👍 this book as much as the first one. Great 👍story and charetures . Excuse my language. Hope to 👀 more of Conn.
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Jack McDonald Burnett is an attorney living in the Atlanta metro area. His short fiction is available at his website, scifijack.com. His nonfiction work has been published in a range of venues, from Economic Opportunity Report to American Builders Quarterly to Puck Daddy. His novels Girl on the Moon, Pauper, and Girl on Mars are available in the Kindle Store.

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